Madam Armande

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Tu Dors Nicole
Rafael 1 Fri, Oct 10, 2014 3:45 PM
In this delightful and wryly funny film, 22-year-old Nicole is drifting through summer, doing her best to avoid growing up. A perceptive script, excellent use of music and sound, and charming performances add up to a black-and-white treasure of an indie feature.
Tu Dors Nicole
Sequoia 1 Sat, Oct 11, 2014 8:45 PM
In this delightful and wryly funny film, 22-year-old Nicole is drifting through summer, doing her best to avoid growing up. A perceptive script, excellent use of music and sound, and charming performances add up to a black-and-white treasure of an indie feature.
Film Info
Country:Canada
Running Time:2
Director:Laurence Christen
Frédérique Dallaire
Catherine Picard
Alexandra Thibault

Description

An incursion into memory and forgetfulness, Madam Armande is a light poetic essay on dance, Alzheimer, and gallantry.

Additional Information


Chance made these four young women meet and work together. Laurence Christen, Frédérique Dallaire, Catherine Picard and Alexandra Thibault are all from the province of Quebec, studying cinema at the University of Montreal. Madam Armande is there first film together, in which each had a role in the creative vision of the film.